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Conclusions : organized business facing internationalization

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Streeck, Wolfgang; Visser, Jelle

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Abstract "The dust of globalization is far from having settled, and this will remain so for a long time. Yet, for those studying business interest politics, there is now enough evidence to conclude that due to the still only vaguely understood complexities of the internationalization process, the pattern underlying the transformation of organized busines defies any simple characterization. Most students of European integration have now come to understand that the European nation state is not in any way about to be replaced by an European nation state, and never will be. The implication is that, whatever kind of integration may be in the offing, nation states will continue to play a significant role in the governance of the European economy, although very likely in ways that differ profoundly from the postwar past." (excerpt)
Keywords economy; internationalization; globalization; liberalization; influence
Classification European Politics; Political Economy; Economic Policy
Method descriptive study
Collection Title Governing interests: business associations facing internationalization
Editor Streeck, Wolfgang; Grote, Jürgen; Schneider, Volker; Visser, Jelle
Document language English
Publication Year 2006
Publisher Routledge
City London et al.
Page/Pages p. 242-272
Series Routledge studies in international business and the world economy, 34
ISBN 0-415-36486-8
Licence Deposit Licence - No Redistribution, No Modifications
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